Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
To be honest, this sounds like you have a tire rubbing somewhere. Venturing a guess, Since it only does this when you are turning I would assume it is the front end so check the tires, especially if your using large tires or applied a lift kit of some type. Based on your description of what the noise is, when it occurs and the recording you provided I honestly believe this is a tire rubbing on the plastic wheel well liner on one of the sides of the vehicle. If this is something that started after you used the vehicle for a while after the conversion to the Quad drive you will want to look at all your components to make sure you haven't got a loose or missing bolt or bad ball joint allowing the wheel to shift position when turning. I assume you converted to Quad Drive to do some 4 wheeling and this is a common problem in vehicles used in that. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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